Any page that has labels will have them listed together in a block, with the heading 'Labels'.
Global labels are visible to all users with 'view' permission and personal labels are only visible to the user that created them.
To view global labels,
- If you are in a page that has labels, clicking on a label will take you to the 'Label' tab of the 'Browse Space' view where all pages in the space with that label will be listed.
Click on the link 'See content from all spaces' to view all pages with the same label across the site.
- Click on the 'Labels' tab. You have the option to view labels in one of two ways:
- Click 'All labels' to view all labels in the space. From this view, you can click on a link to view an alphabetical listing of all labels across the site. Clicking on a label will list all content in the space with that label. It will also display any related labels if they exist. Related labels are labels that frequently appear on pages together. For Example, if pages labelled with 'sales' also tend to have the label 'marketing', these will be displayed as related labels.
- Click popular labels to view a list of the most frequently used labels in that space. From here, you can also view the most popular global labels across the site.
Confluence defaults to one of these views when you go to the 'Labels' tab based on your preference on your last visit to the site.
Each of these views also displays a list of up to fifteen most 'Recent Labels' and 'Popular Labels' in the space.
Screenshot: Labels as they are displayed on a page
Screenshot: Viewing all labels
Viewing labelled pages
Viewing personal labels
Viewing Popular Labels
Navigating Pages by Label
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